Beginning from the humble open wire switch based water level detection systems to the latest non-contact water level monitoring systems with telemetry, Sustainable Eco Engineering has played a fundamental role in the Community Based Flood Early Warning System developed by the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD).
A system monitoring the water depth of The Seti River bordering Accham and Doti districts of Western Nepal for analytical purposes in the establishment of the Seti river hydropower plant in an initiative of Environment Resource and Management Consultancy, Nepal (ERMC), the SR-6: Telemetry based Water level Monitoring System perfectly showcases the full capacity of the instrument developed.
Solar Powered Water Pumping System (SPWPS)
Solar Powered Water Pumping System is an easy and affordable solution to solve the water shortage problems. The SPWPS system operates on power generated using solar PV (Solar Photo Voltaic Module) system. The photovoltaic array converts the solar energy into electricity, which is used for running the motor pump set. The pumping system draws water from the open well, bore well, stream, pond, canal etc. The system requires a shadow-free area for installation of the Solar Panel. Solar water pumps can be used to irrigate crops, water livestock, and provide portable drinking water. Solar water pump uses peak solar array output which frequently coincides with high water demand during long, dry summer days.
Solar Powered water pumping system installed at Lumbini by ECCA
Energy Monitoring System (EMS)
In order to fully understand anything it is important to study, analyze and quantize that entity. Energy is no exception. In order to understand the flow of energy it is important to question where the energy for all the marvelous technology around us comes from, how much of it is required, how much of it is wasted, where it is wasted and how it is managed. A vital key to answering these questions is through accurate measurement. A measurement conducted for energy within the same frame of reference under identical external conditions will help envisage the scenario of how energy flows and behaves.
SEE’s innovative monitoring platform shows how energy systems are performing over time, and enables quick identification of problems before they occur.